The list of victims was long, and every name was another stone in my stomach.
There is much to improve.
Even though bills restricting abortion haven’t been passing with the same frequency that they were passing last spring, those in power definitely haven’t lost their interest in fighting to restrict our reproductive rights.
by Anonymous ’19 Stop it. Cut it out, right now. You are not being productive or helping any cause by sharing the nth article about a police shooting with a […]
by Jenna Gray ’19 [Content note: use of racial slur] “You identify as African American, right?” He was trying to prove a point: although from different continents, he and I, […]
By Gaby Germanos ’18 Remember Mike Posner? If you don’t, you’re not alone. After releasing a worldwide chart-topper in 2010, he fell into relative obscurity, where he remained—until now. In […]
Reed McConnell ’15 Leslie Jamison is an alumna of Harvard College. Her most recent book of essays, “The Empathy Exams,” was released in April 2014 and has been generating press […]
By Julia Fine ’19 As I was walking into the event “Tavi Gevinson Presents Rookie Yearbook Four” at Brattle Theatre on October 25, I ran into a girl I had […]
Anahvia Taiyib ’16 On Oct. 19, Jennicet Gutiérrez gave a keynote speech at Harvard University entitled “A Call for Justice” on the state of transgender detainees in U.S. detention centers. […]
By Montita Sowapark ’18 **Disclaimer: The scope of this article only covers heterosexual relations. Because of my lack of familiarity with queer Asian-American communities I did not feel I had […]